The Evolution of Bandwidth

Warner, Trevor; Parker, Jeff
July 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2009, p44
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advantage of bandwidth in the hospitality industry for short and long-term strategies of customer care in the U.S. The use of bandwidth increased on the type of user need access to augment the pay-per-view and limited channels through electronic mails and social network. Moreover, One Communications Corp. launched OneSolutions for high-capacity dynamic product on bandwidth connections for financial and technological innovation.


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